Due to recent sub-zero weather, Niagara Falls has partly frozen.
The stunning photos show frozen mist and ice covering sections of the popular tourist site near the border of New York State and Ontario, Canada.
Over the weekend, a severe snowstorm hit Buffalo, New York, 25 miles south of Niagara Falls, causing the ice scene.
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Because of how much and how quickly the water flows, the falls rarely freeze over completely.
Niagara Falls New York State Park reports 3,160 metric tonnes of water per second over Niagara Falls. It falls at 32 ft/s.
The Niagara Falls tourist website says a complete freeze is unlikely.